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Volume 54, 20232nd International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communication and Security (I3CS-2023)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||04 July 2023|
1 JSSATEN, Noida, Electronics & Communication Engineering, India
2 JSSATEN, Noida, Electronics & Communication Engineering, India
3 JSSATEN, Noida, Electronics & Communication Engineering, India
4 JSSATEN, Noida, Electronics & Communication Engineering, India
In various situations, there are times when a person is unable to physically check or provide assistance, leaving a specific action undone. However, with the use of robots, such issues can be resolved, and lives can be saved. To address this need, we have proposed the development of a surveillance robot that can stream real-time videos, transfer audio, and navigate around obstacles. Our aim is to design a system that allows us to wirelessly send commands to the robot, which it will follow accordingly.This proposed system consists of three main parts: the transmitter, receiver, and live streaming section. In the transmitter section, individuals can provide commands to the robot through various means such as gesture or motion tracking. In the receiver section, signals are received and decoded before being sent to the controller, which then directs the robot. Finally, the system is designed to allow for live video streaming to the person monitoring the robot. To achieve this, a common network, such as Wi-Fi, a laptop, and Arduino Uno, will be utilized to enable the surveillance feature for the user. With the implementation of this proposed system, individuals will have access to a reliable and efficient way of remotely checking and assisting in situations where physical presence is not possible. This will provide an effective solution to various problems and, most importantly, save lives.
Key words: Spy-robot / ESP32 / flex-controls / Wi-Fi / Bluetooth / Accelerometer / Arduino Uno / Motor Driver / Live Video Streaming
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